The 12 Abian Subak Agrotourism drink

abian-subak-agrotourismI’m not one to shy away from free stuff especially with ones I actually like. Our driver, who also somehow acted as our tour guide, convinced us to make this quick stop. It was just on the way. Plus, there was no entrance fee. πŸ™‚

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abian-subak-agrotourism-9Our tour guide there informed us how the coffee and tea were being made. He showed us the various plants and the method used to process these. They also pride in having Civet Coffee. Those critters seem cute but up close, I got scared. They really jump from their cages that I had to take two steps back. So…let’s head to a non-scary part of this tour: the coffee and tea tasting! πŸ˜›

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abian-subak-agrotourism-13Yes, I got to taste all of these! I didn’t drink it all the way. Their special coffee, which is the Luwak Coffee, was not included there. Understandable as it is one of the most expensive coffee out there. Should you want to have a taste, one cup costs Rp. 50,000. I didn’t try any because those 12 cups right there were more than enough. There were a couple of so-so tasting tea and coffee. My fave among the bunch was their Coconut Coffee. It had that creamy taste that I bought one to take home. πŸ™‚

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abian-subak-agrotourism-16Whether you’re into tea, coffee or free stuff, Β this is one good stop for those. The tour was quite informational and quick. One would get acquainted on how tea or coffee is processed here. And again, free stuff! πŸ˜›

Abian Subak Agrotourism
Jl. Raya Uluwatu, Pecatu,
Bali, Indonesia
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  1. The drinks look good!
    I tried Luwak once while in Bandung, it was very bitter. Apparently there are loads of health benefits to it though. πŸ™‚

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